We are pleased to announce the GSA Poster Award winners from the 59th Annual Drosophila Research Conference! Undergraduate and graduate student members of the GSA were eligible...


During my many interactions with grad students and postdocs, I have learned that a large number of early career scientists train on campuses where important...


On a spring day in 2006, I woke up from surgery to learn that I had an aggressive type of breast cancer that would require...


What is #GradTax about? The US research enterprise is under threat by proposed tax changes that would make it difficult for all but the wealthiest...


As part of the Genetics Society of America’s renewed focus on early career members, Director of Engagement and Development Sonia Hall has created an innovative...


GENETICS Editor-in-Chief Mark Johnston introduces a new peer review training program for early career scientists. “Just tell them what you think of them.” That was the response of one of...


Guest post by Kalyn Gackowski What makes me unique? How are my experiences relevant? How can I show them I’m the ideal candidate? What do...


Guest post by Bob Dolan In a highly competitive market it is important to distinguish yourself. To do so, you need to create your personal...


Guest post by Lynn S. Villafuerte. The first post in our new Career Tips series explores a way for students to increase their competitiveness and preparation for...


The Genetics Society of America (GSA) is pleased to announce the selection of nine new Trainee Representatives who will serve on the Board of Directors...